People’s Ink writer Lois Ruskai Melina has been named a finalist for the New Letters Prize for the Essay. Her essay, “The Grammar of Untold Stories” was workshopped at the People’s Ink and has now been named to this prestigious list. To see all the authors and all the awards, click here. Congratulations, Lois!
Below is a call for submissions from Situate Magazine. Situate, a nomadic online quarterly highlighting the work of local creatives, seeks submissions from residents of Portland (OR). We accept a wide variety of media, including investigative reports, essays, interviews (audio or video), memoir, short fiction, poetry, comics, photo essays, music videos, and tiny films. If
Curtis Chen has published a novel! A high octane science-fiction spy thriller that puts a new spin on the outer space adventure, WAYPOINT KANGAROO kicks off a blockbuster series full of adrenaline and intrigue. Meet Kangaroo. He’s a superpowered secret agent who’s about to face his toughest mission yet: Vacation. Kangaroo isn’t your typical spy.
FREE! ONE NIGHT ONLY! THURSDAY, JULY 21 MILWAUKIE LEDDING LIBRARY 10660 SE 21st Ave. Milwaukie, OR 97222 7:30pm WORKS INCLUDE DEAD GUY WALKING… adapted by Matt Haynes from the story by Brian K. Lowe EXPLAINING CTHULHU TO GRANDMA… adapted by Matt Haynes from the story by Alex Shvartsman THE ANTICHRIST COMETH… by David MacGregor SILENCE… by Tina
People’s Ink writer Lindsay Fowler has recently been published, not once, not twice, but three times. Her piece “The Suit” was published at gravelmag.com, her piece “Ascension” was published at weirderary.com, and her piece “The Balloon Swallower” was published at flashfictionmagazine.com. Well done, Lindsay!